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Model AC9945

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Mobile Miter Saw Stand

$199.00 /each
  • Features heavy-duty steel construction
  • Compatible with most sliding and compound miter saws
  • Customers love easy-to-use design (see reviews)

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The RIDGID Miter Saw Stand and Utility Vehicle are compatible with most sliding and compound miter saws. It is constructed from heavy duty steel for plenty of strength and support on the job. It's also light enough for portability, with large wheels to go up and down stairs or over rough construction sites. The miter saw stand features an upright folding design for easy storage and set-up.

  • Compatible with most sliding and compound miter saws with quick-release mounting brackets
  • 1-step set-up with foot pedal
  • 9-1/2 ft. overall extension length for longer materials
  • Repositionable 12 in. wide work support
  • Built-in material stops make set-up for repeated cuts easy
  • Multi-grip transportation handles for comfort and balance
  • Saw can be positioned from 1 side of stand to the other
  • Large wheels, rubber feet for stability and storage tray for accessories
  • 3-year warranty
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Would you recommend this stand to a 57 year old 140 lb. female?

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Katy
Georgia
January 6, 2013
I've got to find an easier way to move around my sliding compound/miter saw so do you think this will work for me?
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February 28, 2016
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Yes, it will definitely hold a 57 year old 140lb female until she is 60 years old. After 60 you will need a step to get up on it which is available at Home Depot in the ladder department for under $25.00.
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October 31, 2015
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Great Question Katy. This makes moving a Mitre saw around a whole lot easier. So yes I would recomend. Hope this helped.
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September 8, 2015
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it will be easier to move around than carrying it, but there are a couple of points in the working of the mechanism that require some assistance. It does not smoothly transition from stored position to work position and back again with a Bosch 10" dual compound miter saw attached. From the stored position there is initially need to pull firmly down on the handles and then push down to lock it in work Read More
it will be easier to move around than carrying it, but there are a couple of points in the working of the mechanism that require some assistance. It does not smoothly transition from stored position to work position and back again with a Bosch 10" dual compound miter saw attached. From the stored position there is initially need to pull firmly down on the handles and then push down to lock it in work position. Then when it is being returned to the upright storage/transport position it needs to be held back to avoid slamming closed in the upright position. Basically, with my saw, the operation is not truly effortless through these two stages in the operation of the lift. The feeling is something like using a compound bow, wherein there is initially the set draw weight of the bow until the cams kick in and at full draw the resistance is lowered to a fraction of the set draw weight. I weigh 170 and am 68 years old. Read Less
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December 27, 2014
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It's a handful for me. I have a 12" sliding miter saw on it. You should be ok with a 10" saw.
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July 22, 2013
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The only feedback I can give you is that opening the unit takes very little effort, but there is some resistance beased on the weight of your saw. But clising the unit and moving it around is very easy, once closed the unit acts like a handtuck, easy to move and manuever.
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Enid, OK, USA
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April 2, 2013
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This saw stand is very lightweight, You should have no problems setting it up, My son is 13 and he can set it up with no issues. Loading it into the back of a truck may require an extra set of hands. I did alot of research before deciding on this one and it was the best i found for the money. I hope this review helped you.
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March 27, 2013
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Yes,it is as easy as a 2 wheel dolly,and simple set up and tear down.
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March 19, 2013
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Yes. It makes moving your saw a breeze
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January 10, 2013
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Yes I would you will like it alot
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Yucca Valley, CA
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January 7, 2013
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Absolutely! There would be no reason this mount wouldn’t work for anyone that can stand and walk. Ergonomically it is a mechanism that works well, with its only limitation being, you can’t move it while sitting in a wheel chair.
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January 7, 2013
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Yes, it should. We have no information about your saw to considered in this response, but aiding in making a miter saw more mobile/portable, is what the stand was designed for.
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Ohio, USA
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January 7, 2013
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This stand mounted with a miter saw is very easy to maneuver around. If you can handle a two wheel dolly then you will be able to handle this. The set-up and collapsing of this unit has well engineered pivot points to make it effortless in utilizing. However, if you plan on transporting this in a vehicle, you may need a little help in lifting. Hope this helps!
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will a chicago electric 12 inch sliding miter saw fit on this stand

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Angola indiana
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April 8, 2015
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Yes it will work fine with any mitre saw
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January 18, 2015
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Yes, but perhaps indirectly. The instructions cover attaching Ridgid saws which have mounting holes which align with holes in the stand. The instruction manual also covers attaching a saw mounted to a board and then mounting the board to the MSUV stand.
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Portland, OR, USA
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January 13, 2015
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yes Rigid supplies you with several way to mount using there out line on using a plywood adaptor
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January 5, 2015
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Yes....that's the model I have and it's awesome. And if you want to carry the saw elsewhere, it simply unsnaps from the rails....fantastic item.
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December 10, 2014
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By the looks of it, most saws will fit on this table.
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October 15, 2014
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Sure will, the CE 12" slider has a generic design and will bolt right up to the the saw mounts on the Ridgid Mobile Stand
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Woodstock, GA
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October 7, 2014
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Yes this stand will take just about any miter saw , sliding or not.
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September 24, 2014
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I put a 15" Hitachi on mine so I would say YES.
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September 23, 2014
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Yes I think it will, my saw is a Ridgid 12 inch and it did fit, but nothing larger would fit without making adjustments
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This stand will fit about anything. It will work great with your saw.
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It will fit just about anything you want to put on it as long as the mounting holes are inline front to back. If I Remember correctly, harbor freight saws are offset. I always mount my saws to a board ad then to the stand mounts anyway so I have a work table under around the saw.
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will this mobile miter saw stand work with Hitachi 12" slide miter saw model#C12RSH?

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I have mounted my Hitachi C12RSH on this Miter Saw Stand. As others have pointed out, the holes on the Hitachi C12RSH are offset (not square). However, I was able to mount it on the sliding orange brackets (albeit, the sliding brackets are not square to the frame of the stand). As at least one other person has done, It probably makes sense to create a mounting plate to compensate for the offset. But, in Read More
I have mounted my Hitachi C12RSH on this Miter Saw Stand. As others have pointed out, the holes on the Hitachi C12RSH are offset (not square). However, I was able to mount it on the sliding orange brackets (albeit, the sliding brackets are not square to the frame of the stand). As at least one other person has done, It probably makes sense to create a mounting plate to compensate for the offset. But, in my case, the Hitachi C12RSH feels secure enough on the stand that I won't bother. Read Less
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November 14, 2015
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I just purchased the stand today and mounted my Hitachi C12RSH with the mounts that are provided. The right mount aligns perfectly with the mounting holes on the saw. The left side is slightly off center but you can still mount the saw. Overall this is a great stand. You will not be disappointed.
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December 10, 2014
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By the looks of it, I can't imagine a saw not fitting on this table.
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The left mounting holes on the Hitachi C12RSH are offset and will not attach directly to the included brackets. You will need to attach the saw to a plywood base and then attach the base to the brackets. Be sure that your bolts attaching the saw are oriented so that the head of the screw/bolt is up because the back of the saw has very little clearance and will be obstructed by an extra threads protruding Read More
The left mounting holes on the Hitachi C12RSH are offset and will not attach directly to the included brackets. You will need to attach the saw to a plywood base and then attach the base to the brackets. Be sure that your bolts attaching the saw are oriented so that the head of the screw/bolt is up because the back of the saw has very little clearance and will be obstructed by an extra threads protruding up. Read Less
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October 15, 2014
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Yes, the C12RSH has standard miter saw mounting holes at the base.
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Yes.
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March 25, 2014
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I had to buy a foundation board to mount my saw. I you have any saw, this process will work for you and yes you could.
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March 4, 2014
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it comes with brackets that I would imagine would allow you to mount it to most all saws. If the brackets dont fit, mount your saw to a piece of plywood and then mount to the brackets.
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February 11, 2014
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Yes this stand is adjustable and should work with your Hitachi model.
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Any saw should fit. Looking at a picture of your saw it looks like it should fit. I have a heavy Milwaukee 12" bolted onto mine. The Milwaukee stand is awesome as a stationary tool, but the Rigid stand is the best I have found for moving around a heavy saw. So far the weakness is in the locks that hold the outriggers in place, meaning cutting boards over 3' long will have to be held in place by hand or Read More
Any saw should fit. Looking at a picture of your saw it looks like it should fit. I have a heavy Milwaukee 12" bolted onto mine. The Milwaukee stand is awesome as a stationary tool, but the Rigid stand is the best I have found for moving around a heavy saw. So far the weakness is in the locks that hold the outriggers in place, meaning cutting boards over 3' long will have to be held in place by hand or some other device. I understand that the Rigid engineers are working on improving the weak part. I like the basic design and the way it handles in general. Once the locks break, the outriggers become limp and useless. I am looking forward to the improved locks. Read Less
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January 6, 2014
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Hi Timhandy, this stand will work for mounting your Hitachi miter saw.
This is a really great mobile miter saw stand. This stand offers a lot of versatility.
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can i use this ridgid miter saw stand for my bosch 12" miter saw?

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see answer for dewalt.
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I'm using mine with a 12" compound sliding saw and it's very stable....can accomodate many different bolt patterns.
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Yes. It will work fine.
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December 10, 2014
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By the looks of it, I can't imagine a saw not fitting on this table.
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Yes it is adjustable and should work with your bosch 12 miter saw.
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Yes, in two ways...
1) If the saw has mounting holes that are are NOT off-set, you can attach it directly to the supplied rail clamps, with supplied hardware.
2) If the saws' mounting holes are off-set, like mine were, cut a board slightly larger than the footprint of the saw itself; attach the saw to the board, then the clamps to the board and lock it on! Keep in mind to be sure to keep your marks Read More
Yes, in two ways...
1) If the saw has mounting holes that are are NOT off-set, you can attach it directly to the supplied rail clamps, with supplied hardware.
2) If the saws' mounting holes are off-set, like mine were, cut a board slightly larger than the footprint of the saw itself; attach the saw to the board, then the clamps to the board and lock it on! Keep in mind to be sure to keep your marks "square" when mounting the board to the clamps. Read Less
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Yes, it has two universal mount rails with rubber feet that you attach to the bottom of your saw. The bolts can be placed anywhere. These then quick-connect to the rigid stand. Very fast and easy. I use it with a DeWalt 12" miter saw. Great design. Strong. Will handle you saw very well!
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If your saw has the universal mounting holes on the base.... then yes.
the mounts snap onto the rail, and slide back and forth. They are two individual pieces, so you can use it with varying widths of saws. They are also fairly long with plenty of room for different depths of saws as well.
For my Hitachi, I had to set it all the way to the back of the mounting bars, otherwise I couldn't get the front Read More
If your saw has the universal mounting holes on the base.... then yes.
the mounts snap onto the rail, and slide back and forth. They are two individual pieces, so you can use it with varying widths of saws. They are also fairly long with plenty of room for different depths of saws as well.
For my Hitachi, I had to set it all the way to the back of the mounting bars, otherwise I couldn't get the front bolts in under the quick release mechanism. But it went on very easily after I figured that out. Once you bolt the saw to the mounting bars, thats it. You can release the saw from the rails anytime you need to. And if you need to just pull out the saw for a quick cut (without using the stand), you can. The mounts are level so you can just set it on the floor as if you were using the saw alone.
Be careful with the mounting bolts though. They have the little square back to the heads so they run up through the bottom of the mounts and lock in when tightening the nut on the top of the base. If you crank it down too tight, they WILL slip and spin. If you use the lock washer that comes with them, you shouldn't have to crank down too tightly.
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July 24, 2013
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The quick-release saw mounting brackets on the Ridgid stand are what you need to be concerned about.
Each of the quick-release saw mounting brackets has about 13" of usable length in which to bolt your saw. So, the limiting factor is the on-center front-to-back distance between the mounting holes ON YOUR SAW. If those holes are greater than 13" your saw won't fit these brackets directly. On the other Read More
The quick-release saw mounting brackets on the Ridgid stand are what you need to be concerned about.
Each of the quick-release saw mounting brackets has about 13" of usable length in which to bolt your saw. So, the limiting factor is the on-center front-to-back distance between the mounting holes ON YOUR SAW. If those holes are greater than 13" your saw won't fit these brackets directly. On the other hand, if the holes on your saw are spaced further than 13" you can use those holes to bolt the saw to an appropriately-sized platform of hardwood (or aluminum) and then bolt the platform to the quick-release saw mounting brackets at whatever spacing suites you. Your saw can be adapted to fit this stand with a little creativity....and it would be worth it imho.
I just finished mounting my new DeWalt 718 to this stand. It's mounting holes are right at 13" on-center. I had to remove one of the contoured rubber guides on the clamp side (front) of the mounting bracket to get access to the half-inch lock nut I used to secure the saw to the bracket because the nut would not seat against the metal portion of the bracket: the rubber guide was in the way. I then re-installed the contoured rubber guide over top of the nut. Had the mounting holes on the 718 been 1/8" further apart, I'd have had to use a platform of some kind to mount this saw.
(I had my eye on a combination Bosch 5312 and stand for a couple years waiting for the price to come down a little. It never did. REALLY nice saw and stand though! But, the stand by itself was just stupid-expensive in my opinion....which is probably why you're shopping for a more affordable stand. ;)
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Yes, the brackets have a wide variety of adjustments. My dewalt bolted right up and the hole spacing fo the dewalt and Bosch are almost the same/
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Yes, this strand will accommodate a variety of chop saws. This stand is well built. Easy to maneuver and has a lifetime warranty as long as you register it.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Most Versatile Miter Saw Stand I have owned this saw for over a year now and I have used it extensively. I paired this with my 10" Ridgid Miter Saw and could not be happier with its performance. I have hauled that saw up and down flights of stairs and the stand has endured the beating. Here are a few features I like: *The design is ingenious. I like how it folds up and stands on end. *Very easy to use - can have the saw up and ready to go with in literally seconds. *Small floor space foot print when stored (I have used other stands that collapse but still take up the same amount of floor space). *The wheels are big enough for rolling up stairs. *I like the material support arms that extend out - great quick release. *The material support arms have a "L" bracket that can be moved up in down. This can be setup to be used as a quick jig to measure and cut multiple pieces to length. All in all, very happy with design. The setup was not real intuitive but can be figured out (Read the directions!) August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lifetime Warrenty puts Rigid a step above the rest I compared all availability in store for a saw stand, all had good comparable features and prices were also very comparable. So I went to the Area where most Contractors visit or past through, it has yet to fail me. These guys are almost always willing to give their opinion on what they would recommend, plus I know most of them and trust their input. All four I spoke with gave me the thumbs up on the Rigid Portable Mitre Saw Stand. Reason was the Lifetime Warrenty and each had owned every stand available at one time or another. But Buyers beware, get it registered before (90) days or the Lifetime Warranty becomes (3) year Warrenty. September 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best gift ever My son was very happy! His Ridgid saw fit perfectly! He was happy to see that most of the lower section was already assembled. Did the rest of the assembly by looking at the picture on the carton as the instructions were NOT very good. BUT the unit is solid, works great & so much easier than carrying the saw around! Couldn't be happier with it & the quick free delivery from Home Depot. Thank you! September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stand Great stand, wish it had rollers in the ends for easier non marking product moving August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product is the best When it comes to home depot there power tools they are the best August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by perfect for moving and work with portable tools Takes some time to assemble since the box came without instructions, but it is easy enough. It is perfect for portable heavy tools if you do not have a fixed position to store them and use them. At this point I have multiple stands that I use for miter saw as indicated and for other bench tools. I have got additional stands for my DW734 planer and my Ridgid bench spindle / belt sander. The stand provides a great extension for the planer to avoid snipe and a good height for my sander to work on. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great mobile stand i really like the mobile stand, I have a small work area and use the mobile stand alot. it is stable in bothe the storage position and the standing position. July 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome stand I bought the stand to use with my ridgid tile saw had to fabricate the mounting brackets for the saw but looks like you should have came from the factory like this. I have a Dewalt stand that is very similar but does not work as well as this stand as far as set up . Makes moving the saw very easy and I can still use the original stand very easily not that I see myself using it now that I have this. December 16, 2015
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